To schedule an event, contact us

​​​​​​

Come and reflect on God's blessings in your life.


Refresh your soul by gifting yourself this time of solitude!


Personalize this retreat by spending time any way you choose!


Perhaps consider leaving a legacy by creating a Faithbook -

which is a tangible, written expression of God's presence in your life.  Choose the format that is right for you -  a journal,

a digital story or a scrapbook.  We are happy to guide you

through whatever process is best for you.  


Location:  San Damiano Spiritual Life Center, White Post, Virginia

DETAILS TO FOLLOW FOR 2018

2 nights in a private room, 3 meals on Saturday & 2 meals on Sunday.


3:00pm Friday through 3:00pm Sunday

Welcome and opening meditation at 7:00pm Friday night.

Optional meditations will be offered throughout the weekend.


​ If you have a venue and a group of folks who would like to learn about Faithbooking, please contact us!


In a 35-40 minute presentation, we can explain how satisfying and fun it can be to preserve the evidence of God working in your life!  This one-hour event can help you-

-- understand what purpose Faithbooking can serve;

-- learn how it can enrich your own current prayer life; and

--provide creative ideas on how to get started.






We are excited that Jean Noon will return to serve with us as our Spiritual Director for the retreat weekend in 2018!  

  


Jean Noon is a perpetual student/seeker.  Granddaughter of a Presbyterian minister, daughter of a church organist, and wife of a cradle Catholic, Jean became Catholic in 1996 at the same time she was facing a Kairos time of decision about what to study next.  Jean chose to focus on God, the foundation of all possibilities.  She found her ‘home’ in God, and also in the faith community and the Cursillo movement in particular.  In 2009 Jean completed a two-year program with the Spiritual Direction Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia, where she first worked on her own spiritual autobiography.  Today Jean offers retreats for seekers, meets one-on-one as a spiritual companion, works as a Spiritual Reflector for the Ignatian Volunteer Corps, and facilitates programs at the Alexandria Juvenile Detention Center and the Arlington Jail in Virginia.  Jean is a mother of two 20-something boys who live in Charleston, S.C.


Leaving a Legacy